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. thanks for joining us. a rock band defies the mafia in italy. croatia -- we take you to an island inhabited by monks. and france -- people are learning german again. people in the czech republic are electing a new president directly for the first time. duringis 10 years in power, klaus often angered his european partners with his euro skeptics commons. now, he is making a final grand gesture. >> watching televised images of amnestied convicts leaving prison as free citizens. the same people he says are responsible for his losing everything he worked so hard for. now he will be in debt for the rest of his life. >> i will tell you quite openly and with some bitterness i'm no friend of amnesty's like this. it is a sweeping amnesty that is not just affect small-time hoods. at least 120 really big fish who have thousands of victims. >> in the late 1990's, he had a house bill. he paid some 100,000 euros but only got a bear shell. the managers took the money out of the construction company and let it go bankrupt. he had to sink another $100,000 into finishing the house. but that was not
asesinada por la mafia. tenía esto en el cuello, tiene que ser su grupo sanguíneo. [locutor] "escuadrón antimafia, palermo hoy". (hombre) rosi, tu santa no hace milagros. ¿por qué? ¡no! nuestro equipaje aún está en nueva york. sí. [teléfono celular] trin-trin, trin-trin ¿hola? ¡es un desastre! ¿y mi vestido de matrimonio? [riendo] rosi... ¿pero de qué te ríes, de qué te ríes? oye, es que... ¡imbécil, eres un imbécil. crees todo lo que te digo. ¡no me gustan tus bromas! oye, rosi, espera. espera, rosi, rosi, sólo bromeo. entonces cásate con otra mujer. espera. espérame, rosi. claudia mares, la estamos esperando. (claudia) sí, soy yo. oye... ¿dónde diablos estás? ¿cómo que dónde estoy? en el aeropuerto. sólo quería asegurarme. señora... oye, claudia... escucha, ahora no, perderé el vuelo. estoy tensa y lo sabes, pero nada, sigues actuando como un estúpido, ¡es increíble! pero, rosi... ¡rosi! discúlpame. ¿te estás disculpando? sí. ¿quieres que te disculpe? sólo bromeaba. vamos, tontito, no veo la hora. la adoro. ¡vamos, salvo! (ambos) ¡jajaja! t
the mafia. much like the mafia. now today you've heard a few and there are many people at home and maybe you should go on kapu, you know, and talk about this. have a series of meetings. that's the only thing we can do. because these people are banked on treating good people like dirt. you know, the western addition is where middle class african americans were forced out and they died in the sro's. now the few, the last warriors, the last of the mohicans, you have wanna be's coming with new commissions trying to do this, that and the other and they have no respect, no respect for those who have gone before and done something. and it's not only in the western addition, it's in the bayview, the same thing. the same thing. we just had a meeting this morning, you know? it's the same thing. so, supervisor olague, keep on doing what you have done before, you did well at the planning department. keep on doing the right thing wherever you are. thank you very much. >> next speaker. >> supervisors, daniel landry for the record. first of all, supervisor olague, it's been a long time and i
the assassination, and they figure it can't be oswald, but the mafia. why would the mafia go after jfk and these explanations are put together, and all sorts of retired mafia, mafia person? some of it, you know, many miami, in israel, in europe, in the baa baa -- bahamas, and, oh, a friend, and writers would not let it go. i'm reading this stuff, trying to track down every rumor, every story, and, you know, the credible witnesses include al capone's piano tuner who gives an interview in which he says he was tuning the piano when al and kennedy met together. they were -- they include the ex-wife of a chicago mobster who says, yeah, yeah, my husband was a good friend of joe kennedy. they included people who came out of the wood work to talk to me, including someone in a penitentiary in canada who insisted that his grand uncle had been killed by kennedy who was in partnership with truman as a bootlegger. [laughter] you know, how did bootlegging -- where did they get the booze? none of it made sense. it was one credible piece of data, one credible, and that was that a -- the canadian gover
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the president's so-called senate mafia. >>> i'm krystal ball. we have a diamond in the rough today. an anthropologist searching for answers and now cycling back here to share the incredible experiences. >>> i'm steve kornacki, finding out who gave me the flu. really. it's a sick new app. >>> all that plus what kids, kesha and congress have common. we're all about making connections here on "the cycle." all right. it's just 13 days to the inauguration and if you thought president obama's first term was polarizing, just wait for the second. for instance, his first term was polarizing despite obama's efforts. his second could be polarizing because of them. need proof? already the president's putting up his dukes nominating chuck hagel to run the pentagon. he slammed the door on debt ceiling negotiations demanding congress raise it without drama and says he's ready to be tough on gun control but remember the president doesn't have to worry about re-election ever again. so expect his second term agenda to look a lot like this. full of overtures to the base which criticized him over the
of using profanity but because it was a different lapd. it was rumored that the mexican mafia was allowed to meet in his church and that he held guns for gang members. and he was helping gang members across the border. i am certain he knew where the body of jimmy hoffa was buried when you got done listening to the rumors. now, the lapd uses home with industries as an integral part of its anti-gang efforts. not all of them, not 9000 members, but i can tell you this, homeboy industries have their annual benefit to honor people in the community as well as former gang members, the person they honored was chief charlie of the lapd. unless you think that was an anomaly, the year before they honored the sheriff. there is an alliance between community-based organizations, and law-enforcement. this is not enough. there has also been in the streets, ongoing, a relationship, a delicate one, a thoughtful one between the loss angeles police department and gang intervention. interventionists are former gang members. they have to be very careful about how they play out the relationship. they do not want
to address. >> we will continue with plans to not be places for the mafia. we have to do this together. we have supported an immediate investigation into what happened. >> whatever the outcome, this latest incident suggests that the countries and final system is in need of urgent review. al jazeera. >> the world economic forum is wrapping up in the swiss town of davos. earlier comment the billionaire investor george soros said that he was not impressed with stimulus uppers to fix the global economy. -- effort to fix the global economy. >> most of the top has been about the global economic malaise. it is the home of the world economic forum based in the height of switzerland and year. the main focus has been on the eurozone and whether or not there are any green shoots of recovery. >> more than 1000 delegates have taught here over the course of five days for the ways to kill them. bill of the dream was resilient dynamism. there is plenty to plenty of resilience a little dynamism the added value is for global leaders from the public and the private side to get together and exchange ideas. pe
. no different than the mafia except they are based in washington. >> congressman? >> i simply advocate that people pay a fair share. >> which is what? >> why are taxes so high? i say in this counselry they are high because we have endless wars, the war in iraq will cost us over five trillion and it was unnecessary. people will pay high tax for that. we are expanding our military footprint globally. people will pay taxes for that . we subsidize major corporate interest. people will pay taxes for that . the fed created and bailed out the wall street and picked winners and losers and i voted against that. but we'll subsidicize those practice. japan is starting to take its own destiny in hand by creating the jobs and build the infrastructure. >> hold on, i want to bring wayne in here. >> wayne? >> when the tax rate gets so high. we are number one in all of the developed countries it goes so high, are we driving business over seas? >> you are already driving business over seas that. is going on all of the time . for example, you take the chairman of the board of general electric who was the
among the north so i don't use expressions like the northings but confronted by a very determined mafia, northern mafia who has remain with them. this, his name is, by the way, the president of nigh nigeria ws sworn into power sitting there for four years, and rumblings began he was going to go for a second term. now, this hard core looked at what is happening and decided that it was time to ensure that there was no repeat of the last mistake. that is when they inserted the religious cycle and said to those thinking they are in had danger. they want to take over power and stay there forever. they sent them off for training to somalia, so somalia to later on some of them even into afghanistan. all these facts have been coming in. i'm not just making them up, until eventually the religious movement in nigeria, northern nigh year ya, became ally to al-qaeda. this now is an admission which the government is reluctant because it reflects the actuality. there you have the volatile cocktail of politics and religion because the weapon, the motivation of the foot soldiers is to create an islamic
their stories. >> pelley: you used the word "omerta." that's a mafia term. >> tygart: it is a mafia term. and i think there were parts of this scheme that were run like a mafia. >> pelley: in 2010, the u.s. department of justice opened a criminal investigation. armstrong's teammates were forced to testify, subpoenaed by a grand jury. one of them was tyler hamilton. >> pelley: one of the things that is so amazing about all of this is how long it was kept quiet. how many people knew and didn't say? >> hamilton: yeah, people were afraid of lance armstrong. people were afraid. >> pelley: but what is to be afraid of? >> hamilton: it's the machine, you know, the lance machine. he's got a lot of connections. if you go against lance armstrong, your... your days in cycling are done. >> pelley: the testimony of hamilton and others before the grand jury in los angeles was secret until hamilton told his story in an interview on "60 minutes." >> hamilton: there was e.p.o., there was testosterone. and i did see a transfusion, a blood transfusion. >> pelley: three weeks after that story in 2011, hamilton was
of. >> george: he is from a small russian city, and his life reads like a hollywood mafia thriller: drugs, armed robbery, prostitution, money laundering, gun smuggling, you named it and he did it all, and then some. >> it is as if i became the devil's slave. i remember making a pact with satan, to serve him. >> george: and his deeds eventually caught up with him. >> i was arrested and sentenced to 20 years in prison. >> george: that's the past, and to witness the power of a life transformed by god, look no farther tha denadi terkin. the year was 1987, and the former soviet union faced political changes. and he sat in prison. >> i had a ba bad reputation in prison. prisoners were even afraid of me. >> george: one day christians came to share the love of jesus. he says it was the first time he heard the message. but it took four years for it to sink in. >> in 1991, i dropped to my knees in the prison cell and told god i was a sinner. from that moment i went from serving satan to a servant of jesus. >> george: the prison miraculously shortened his sentence by five years, and he was re
as the duo slaughtered alexander and threatened her family mafia-style. arias again tells the detectives if she were going to kill alexander, she would definitely do it differently. >> i don't think i could stab him. i think i would have to shoot him. >> reporter: only years later did arias finally admit she was killer. her attorneys are trying to convince this jury she did it in self-defense, after the couple fought. >> in just those two minutes, jody had to make a choice. she would either live, or she would die. >> reporter: but prosecutors allege arias is a stalker who brutally attacked her ex in a jealous rage when she found out he was seeing other women. arias's defense, which is expected to start next week, will have to overcome a mountain of forensic evidence, including pictures taken on this camera found in alexander's washing machine. prosecutors say arias literally tried to wash that evidence away. but on its memory card, detectives discovered not just those racy photos from the couple's sexual encounter the day of the murder, but a series of 20 shots of alexander posing in the
my goodness. wow. >> some sort of like mafia hit? >> a big explosion. sources saying this was a murder attempt. and the explosive device was underneath the land cruiser. we've got this incident from a number of different angles. and you can see the flames. you see the explosion. you see the smoke. after the explosion you see the land cruiser pull over a little bit and somebody comes over with the fire eng tinxtinguisher to t the fire. the person is expected to survive. you saw how the explosion was towards the rear of the vehicle fortunately. >> if you have your cell phone and laptop out in public, you don't leave it unattended. this guy in florida had his laptop and his cell phone on the table, decided he was going to walk outside to smoke a cigarette. leaves it on the table. >> nobody in the restaurant. >> that is until this guy walks up and notices the unattended equipment. he starts looking around. walks right up to the stuff. closes the laptop. he walks away for a second, but instead comes back, grabs the power cord. he then takes the laptop and stuffs it in his
he could not refuse, free government money, the mafia in italy, is now infiltrating the green energy business, pumping out billions in subsidies so the mob carbs in. remind -- cashing in reminds you what happened in washington, you remember solyndra, with dead folks getting homebuyer tax credits. chris, what do you make of this? >> this is something we're familiar with in the united states. medicare for example, we've seen a lot of prosecutions over the years of organized crime folk involved in ahead care scam, -- medicare scam, fake claims, that is long-standing it has happened with welfare benefits and other things, one other thing that always makes it more complicated, when you have programs that are administered by bureaucrats and conceived by politicians, those are individuals that can be i think term is gotten to. might be induced to look the other direction, and organized crime does love government programs. neil: the bigger the sums for the program the more ripe they are for this sort of thing? >> you know, in the old country where the cavuto regime is, your family. >> that i
simply as bruno. is it like the mafia? >> yes. >> really? >> that's a good name. >> at bruno's restaurant, in the heart of provence, wealthy europeans helicopter in from paris and monaco just to eat lunch. bruno goes through about 5 tons of truffles a year, which his chefs shave on everything from potatoes to this amazing lobster dish. but bruno says the growing black market has led to people coming to his place not just to eat truffles, but to steal them. the robbers came and got your truffles? >> [speaking french] >> yes, they stole 200 kilos of truffles. >> 200 kilos from you? >> [speaking french] >> they didn't steal my money. they stole my truffles. >> some of the stolen truffles, we were told, are brought to markets like this one in richerenches, where middlemen sell out of the backs of cars or trucks. but large quantities change hands in back alleys. we witnessed this transaction where the buyers and sellers wanted their identities hidden. in less than a minute, 50 pounds of truffles were exchanged for 30,000 euros-- about $40,000-- with no questions asked about where the truffles
to cut costs at the struggling online game company. games such as petville and mafia wars 2 will no longer be available. the move is part of a broader cost-cutting plan revealed last october, which involved shutting down 13 titles. the company also announced it was cutting 5% of its full-time workforce, a first for zynga. >>> 45 degrees... (music) >>> those looking to clean out their closets in time for the new year got a little bonus. the folks at goodwill held a donate-a-thon at their main location on mission street in san francisco. those who came to give away their old belongings were assisted by people dressed as bellhops who also gave away popcorn. the first four-hundred people also got free passes to the zoo or movie tickets. event organizers say this is to thank people for their donations, which they call the lifeblood of their charity. >> what these donations do is support ordination and mission. we have freed, a digital class is for people to help them learn how to the mill, and microsoft office. your donation will help them with employment, perhaps even for the ve
such as petville and mafia wars too. the mood is part of a cost cutting plan last october, which involves shutting down titles. it's cutting down 5% of its full time workforce. we'll be right back on the kron 4 morning news. lots going on this morning. we're going to start off this year dry, but it's going to be very cold and cool outside. speaks of outside, there's a look of san francisco. it's going to be a postcard day. we're going have to wait and see what's going to happen over the next several days as rain is expected to head our way, possibly by thursday. happy new year, everyone. for those bringing in the new year, there are laws to pay attention to. there will be a 10-cent charge for plastic bags in grocery stores. the waste management authority adopted it last year, banning plastic bags, all in the effort to reduce single carryout bags and promote reusable bags. >> i won't be shopping here without a bag. i will bring my own bag. >> i need to go and dig them all and put them in my car. that's going to be the key, remember to get them out of the car when i go into the store. >> it's a good
're all fronts for mafia organizations, basically, that extract these minerals and profit from their smuggling and export back to the united states and to europe for our jewelry, our cell phones, and our laptops. >> mafia organizations? what do you mean by that? >> because they don't have an ideology. they're not trying to build a government institution. the rebels are not fighting for any particular cause. they are extracting these minerals--like gold, like tantalum, tin, and tungsten--in order to sustain themselves as predatory organizations. >> is the violence increasing, decreasing? >> it spikes. it comes in phases, and it's very localized. >> one recent spike centered on a village called kanyabayonga. we went there with united nations troops and found that a rebel militia had raided the village and burned 70 homes. why attack the civilian population? >> it's a very effective strategy. it scares the people. it terrorizes them into compliance. >> it's chaos. >> it's chaos that is organized in order to exploit the gold and other minerals for the enrichment of these armed grou
the assassination and the mafia and the c.i.a. and other organizations. but he never publicly voiced those concerns, because he thought it would take away from the civil rights fight that was gripping the country at the time. >>> it is the biggest celebration that happens once every four years. we are of course talking about the inauguration of the president. all the bands, the drill teams and the stand-ins are in the capital today, rehearsing for next week's second inauguration of barack obama barack obama. athena jones is in washington to give us a sneak preview, hello. i guess they started early and i suppose they're trying to make sure they work out all the kinks, you don't want to have anything go wrong on the big day, do you. >> certainly not, you think every four years they'll try to get it right. today we've seen fife and drums, military bands, we've seen people standing in for the vice president and for president obama, as well as the first lady. and two young girls standing in for sasha and mallia to make it as close to how they expect it to be as possible next week. there's a lot of exci
to break up the mafia, investigate problem some gun shows where we know guns are looking into the illegal markets. there are numerous examples of where we could increase law enforcement capability, all of which could be done by executive order, and none of which comes even close. lou: this city thathas one of, if not the strongest gun laws, chicago, is right now the murder capital of the country. what is the relationship between gun laws and crime, the relationship between guns broadly in the society in the crime rate. >> we could argue over that for hours. there are studies that go in both directions. more dangerous to live in chicago then it is to be a soldier in afghanistan. the seventh circuit court of appeals decision handed down a few weeks ago said that illinois cannot be his allies state that refuses to recognize the second amendment right to bear arms. and it is okay to have a licensing process to make people go through a background check, safety training, but illinois cannot continue under the system where people are forbidden to carry guns in public for protection unless you ar
will keep. >>> they started shutting down some of its games including petville and mafia wars 2. they said they will eliminate 13 games and it is all due to cost cutting due to laying off some staff. it is the first time in history. >>> do you feel depressed? not you pam. >> no. >> take a look at what you drink as a possible cause of depression. >>> there is a question of whether our weather is getting to hot in the u.s. ) 3 days of walking to give a break cancer survivor a lifetime-- that's definitely a fair trade. whoo! you walk with friends, you meet new friends, and you keep those friendships. it was such a beautiful experience. (jessica lee) ♪ and it's beautiful ♪ undeniable (woman) why walk 60 miles in the boldest breast cancer event in history? because everyone deserves a lifetime. visit the3day.org to register or to request more information and receive a free 3-day bracelet today. ♪ building up from deep inside it was 3 days of pure joy. susan g. komen's investments in early detection and treatment have helped reduce breast cancer mortality in the u.s. by 33% since 1990. help
of drugs. >> music is what enabled me to just safely walk the line with the mexican mafia, norteno,crips, bloods, bikers, skinheads, anybody that was everybody in a gang showed me respect because of the music. >> stevens was sentenced to death but released on parole last year after the death penalty was suspended here in the state of california. >>> the feat of drakes bay oyster company could be decided this afternoon. the company was sued -- rather, sued the u.s. interior department after its permit to operate at point reyes national seashore expired. today a federal judge will consider whether to allow the company to continue operating while that case is being heard. >>> speaking of seafood, mcdonald's says it will be the first national restaurant chain to carry a blue ecolabel. this is for their filet of fish sandwiches. the label comes from the marine stewardship council that certifies products that come from sustainable fishing practices. >>> to win the super bowl you have to outlast, outperform the other team. and part of that winning strat
like a mafia conspiracy. >> scott, we heard the evidence. we heard the store freeze the athletes. and it's supported, without question, every allegation we put in that letter that obviously now has been shown to be true. >> pelley: and so when lancece armstrong essentially threw new the towel after all of this you were surprised?not not surprised? >> not surprised. again we were disappointed he didn't come in and be part of the solution. it's one of the lowest days inho this investigation, quite honestly. but we knew when he rejectedtu that opportunity for redemption and to be part of this solution at that time that this was his only option to avoid all thisce evidence from ever coming through in open court. >> pelley: if you had any opportunity to have that meetingst with lance armstrong, you could h say one thing to him, what would it be?s >> it's never too late to tell the truth and make it right. >> pelley: armstrong is being sued by a former teammate for allegedly defrauding the federaler government. we're now told that senior officials at the u.s. departmentof of justice
mafia godfather john gotti. the president wants cordray to continue serving in the same capacity. republicans called for senate democrats to draft and pass a budget. >> the last time they passed a budget the ipad did not exist... >> the government has operated on a series of temporary resolutions authorizing spending. the current one expires in march >> the civil insurrection in syria is sending thousands of people across the border to jordan as refugees. more than six-thousand syrians have fled to jordan over the past two days -- and jordan's monarch is pleading for more international aid. meantime -- the syrian government is urging refugees to return to their homes. but that is being met with broad skepticism among anti- government activists. more than 30-thousand syrians reached the jordan refugee camp this month -- mostly families led by women. >> flames shot up in the sky after a natural gas pipeline was damaged in china. it happened yesterday afternoon. workers were able to close the valve after the accident. the fire was brought under control in about five hours. author
house mafia. >> who is calvin harris? >> okay, grandma, you know what? >> highlights and lowlights from the big night. >>> plus, was one of your resolutions to get out of debt between the credit cards and student loans? we'll show you sure-fire ways to crush those bills. must have essentials to keep you out of the red and in the black for 2013. >>> help wanted tuesday follows black monday, seven nfl head coaches are looking for jobs after being sacked. >>> and private pot party. new year and a new place to light up in colorado, members only clubs where you bring your observe. opening time 4:20. "newsroom" starts right now. >>> good morning, i'm joe johns from washington, and sitting in for carol costello. we begin this morning with the fiscal cliff and the drama that now shifts to the house, that's because overnight the senate overwhelmingly passed a compromise measure, the move delays the spending cuts that have could plunged the nation back into a recession. for most americans here is the bottom line, taxes would stay the same for almost everyone but top earners but the measure is up
'll fix you. >> a little bit, yes. >> this is like the mafia. straight up mafia. it really is. >> i suppose they figured they would deal with it. in a couple of days they'll be voting on it. later this week and then some more next week. >> bill: before we get to that so there are other theories that maybe it happened because new york and new jersey are both blue states and the republicans said who cares about them. >> that's not a theory i've really heard especially because you know, speaker boehner spoke with the delegations yesterday and -- >> bill: what about the fact that chris christie snubbed mitt romney and praised president obama that this was the way of getting even with chris christie? >> i haven't heard that theory either. i think this was really just internal politics. the vote, i think would have happened if not for the fiscal cliff. >> bill: the palace intrigue may be in fact, dan that first clip we had from governor chris christie. he suggested that as well yesterday, in his news conference.
department for an investigation. that was between the assassination and the mafia, the cia and other organizations. but he never publicly voiced those concerns because he thought it would take away from the civil rights fight that was gripping the country at the time. >>> a lottery winner shows up dead and now the judge has i shall owned order to have his exhumed. this is a story how a simple scratch may have killed a man. far ruche kahn moved to chicago from india in the late 1980s and became an american success, eventually owning a string of dry clearance and real estate you settle into this house on the city's far northside with his wife and teenaged daughter. by all accounts, avenues hard-working, well-liked man, with just one weakness. he loved those scratch off lottery tickets. >> he was heavy on that there was a time woe buy a whole book. talking about the 30 tickets in a book, that's $600. >> reporter: he would win, sometimes hundreds, even thousands. last june, he bought two tickets and scratched off a fortune. >> the second one was the lucky one. >> what did he win? >> $1 m
the justice department to look into a connection between the assassination, the mafia, the cia and other organizations. but the younger kennedy says his dad never publicly voiced those concerns because he thought it would take away from the civil rights fight that was gripping the country. >>> the band practices "hale to the chief" today for president obama's inauguration a week from tomorrow. ♪ >> there is the president now. >> it was a rehearsal with hundreds of band members, military personnel, media, and law enforcement taking part. they used stand-ins right there for the president and the first lady. meanwhile, the military is getting ready to make sure everyone stays safe. >> on the morning of the inauguration, the biggest movement you'll see is the pentagon south parking lot where they will screen all of the buses and 10,000 total parade participants. >>> washington, d.c., expecting hundreds of thousands of people for the inauguration. it starts next sunday morning and will lead up to the official swearing in of the president for his second term on monday all the way through the
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